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Within a week, 117,255 people who had broken the Kingdom’s residency, labor, and border security laws had been detained.
The arrests, according to the Ministry of Interior, took place during combined field operations carried out by numerous security force units around the Kingdom during the week of October 20 to 26.
9,763 residents who violated the residence system, 4,911 border security regulations, and 2,581 labor laws were detained.
Another 585 persons were detained as they attempted to enter the Kingdom; 48% of them were Yemenis, 49% were Ethiopians, and 3% were people of other nationalities. Meanwhile, 157 infringers were apprehended as they attempted to leave Saudi Arabia at the same border.
32 people who engaged in cover-up activities and transported and harbored people who broke the law regarding where they might live and work were detained.
There are currently proceedings in place for 52,916 violators, 48,782 of them are men and 4,134 of whom are women.
42,113 of them received referrals to their diplomatic missions in order to obtain travel documents, 2,312 received referrals to finish their trip arrangements, and 10,034 received referrals to be deported.
The Ministry of Interior made it clear that anyone who helps an infiltrator enter the Kingdom or provides him with transportation, lodging, or any other kind of assistance or service will be punished with up to 15 years in prison, a maximum fine of SR1 million, as well as the confiscation of the infiltrator’s means of transportation and lodging.
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